How to avoid cross infection without mollycoddling

DIRT LOVER

I’m one of those people who thinks a bit of dirt can only make the immune system stronger and that being TOO precious about avoiding germs will only lead to some sort of OCD.  On the other hand, I appreciate that if it is possible to reduce cross-infection of some pretty nasty infections and viruses then our surrounding environment will only be a healthier place to be.

Hospitals need to be among the cleanest places on the planet and that’s why some choose to use the daddy of all virucidal cleaners; SELGIENE ULTRA. This product boasts some impressive killer stats that can make places SO much cleaner and more hygienic;

  • Kills Swine Flu
  • Kills Hepatitis C
  • Kills MRSA
  • Kills Clostridium difficile
  • Kills H1N1 Influenza viruses

 

Eliminate the dreaded e-coli bug

FOOD – Certified to kill common food poisoning bacteria including;

  • Salmonella
  • Listeria monocytogenes
  • E-coli

WHERE & WHEN?

So who needs this ultimate virus killer? Public or densely populated places where people are touching lots of surfaces (on average, people in an office touch about 300 surfaces every 30 minutes);

  • Schools
  • Care Homes
  • Leisure Centres
  • Surgeries
  • Offices
  • Gyms
  • Basically everywhere and all the time…

HOW?

It’s really easy to use; mop  or wipe surfaces down as normal and leave to air dry. Reducing the dilution rate will kill the more serious viruses.

SO…

Sneezing can spread disease by launching disease vectors into the air.

It’s always worth having this product in the cleaning cupboard. Available in 5 litres or 750ml trigger sprays, get some in stock in case of a break out. I could bore you with more germ facts but I think this picture says it all.

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Remember this;

Cold and flu viruses can survive for up to 3 days on surfaces such as telephones, desktops, photocopiers, printers and other high-touch surfaces. (sorry, couldn’t resist one final stat).

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